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Paper 1 (Objective Questions)
Paper 2 (Structured and Essay Questions)
Q1. Giving you a table which contains Proton no, nucleon no. Ask about e- configuration
Q2. Changes in physical state and explain using kinetic theory of matter.
Q3. Calculations questions giving you a chemical equation
Q4. Give you a Periodic Table .. ... Group 1 + water, why Group 18 is stable, Reactivity
Q5. They give you a period and ask you about amphoteric and why changes in size of atoms
Q6. Chapter 5: Draw the structure of ionic compound and covalent compound.
Essay (choose 2)
Q1. Draw the structure of atom, explain the structure of an atom, isotopes its usage.
Q2. Definition of RAM and molar mass. More calculations
Q3. Periodic Table: Why K is more reactive than Li and Why F is more reactive than I.
Q4. Chapter 5: Experiment to determine whether it is an ionic or covalent compound.
Paper 3 (Practical)
Q1. Empirical Formula Experiment: MgO or Cuo
Q2. Experiment: Group 1 in water or Melting Point or Boiling Point of a pure substance